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Henricus de Gorichen

De praedestinatione et reprobatione divina.


Analysis of Content

[a1r] Henricus de Gorichen: De praedestinatione et reprobatione divina. ‘Tractatus de predestinacione et probacione diuina . . .’ Incipit: ‘  “[O] altitudo diuiciarum sapiencie et sciencie dei.” Huius exclamacionis verba sunt apostoli ad Romanos .ii. [Rm 11,33] . . .’ Dated 1474. See A. G. Weiler, Heinrich von Gorkum (†1431): seine Stellung in der Philosophie und der Theologie des Spätmittelalters (Zurich and Cologne, 1962), 165-95.

[b1v] Henricus de Gorichen: De simonia. ‘Incipit tractatus magistri Heinrici Gorichem de symonia circa sepulturam accidente.’ Incipit: ‘[S]agitte potentis acute. Predilecte mi in Christo frater, multis impedimentis irretitus . . .’ See Weiler 96 no. 23.

[b7v] Johannes de Mechlinia: Determinatio quotlibetica [First]. ‘Incipit determinacio quotlibetica magistri Iohannis de Mechlinia doctoris eximij.’ Incipit: ‘[C]ircum docti et indocti clerici et laici nobiles et plebei sint immortales inimici . . .’ See A. Pattin, ‘Jan van Hulshout (1405-1475). Vlaams wijsgeer en theoloog van de universiteit te Keulen', Tijdschrift voor Filosofie, 38 (1976), 126; Tewes 49; Marteen J. F. M. Hoenen, ‘The “Reparationes librorum totius naturalis philosophiae” (Cologne 1494) as a Source for the Late Medieval Debates between Albertistae and Thomistae', Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale, 4 (1993), 315-16.

[c1v] ‘Contenta huius opusculi.’

[c2r] Jacobus de Clusa: De valore et utilitate missarum pro defunctis. ‘De valore et vtilitate missarum pro defunctis celebratarum per sacre theologie professorem Iacobum ordinis Carthusiensis edita.’ Incipit: ‘[F]ilia cuiusdam laiici nuper defuncta . . .’ See VL IV 478; Dieter Mertens, Iacobus Carthusiensis. Untersuchungen zur Rezeption der Werke des Kartäusers Jakob von Paradies (1381-1465), Veröffentlichungen des Max-Planck-Instituts für Geschichte, 50/Studien zur Germania Sacra, 13 (Göttingen, 1976); Gruys 110-11.

[c8r] [Second colophon.]

[c8v] Johannes de Mechlinia: Determinatio quotlibetica [Second]. ‘Vtrum perfecta dei opera possint impediri demonis malicia. Contra primum arguitur sic'. Incipit: ‘Perfectum est cui non potest fieri addicio . . .’ See Pattin 126.


Imprint: [Esslingen: Conrad Fyner], 1474. Folio.


Collation: [a8 b c10].


ISTC: ih00022000

Hain: HC *7805;

Goff: Goff H‑22;

BMC: BMC II 513;

Proctor: Pr 2460;

Others: BSB‑Ink H‑63; CIBN H‑15; Oates 1140; Sheppard 1767.

LCN: 14510605


Copy number: H-015(1)

Wanting the leaves [c2-10] containing Jacobus de Clusa.

Manuscript foliation from [a3] to [b9]: 141 to 155.

Binding: Nineteenth-century grey marbled paper boards, with a lot number on an octagonal ticket and author's name in ink on the verso of the front endleaf.

Size: 295 × 209 × 11 mm.

Size of leaf: 290 × 204 mm.

Six- and seven-line initials, paragraph marks, some underlining, and capital strokes are supplied in red.

Provenance: Anonymous sale (London: Leigh and Sotheby, 30 May 1840), lot 248. Purchased for £0. 7. 6; see Books Purchased (1840), 15.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 6Q 3.15.

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